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This is a selection of resources that can be used for the different Key Stages in science.


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 Science documents

  • A day in the life of a gas particleAn activity involving children writing a story as if they were a gas particle. Key stages 1 & 2 Author: Dot Lee
  • Alia, BME Engineer Role ModelAlia is an engineer at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, University of the West of England. Alia is a specialist in aerial robots. This resource was produced by the Animals vs Robots project at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory.
  • Animal ClassificationA collaborative sorting activity for Key stages 2 & 3.
  • Appo - BME male Engineer role modelAppo is an engineer at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, University of the West of England. Appo designs and builds humanoid robots. This resource was produced by the Animals vs Robots project at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory.
  • Body QuizA collaborative game about the parts of the body. Key stages 1 & 2. Author: Dot Lee
  • Circulation GameGame about blood, circulation and the heart. Key stages 2 & 3 Author: Dot Lee
  • Electric Shock GameA collaborative game about using electricity safely. Key stages 1 & 2 Author: Dot Lee
  • Filtering Statements GameCollaborative activity where children discuss statements about filtering. Key stages 1 & 2
  • Food Classification (English)Classification Activity. This activity is for pupils new to English to teach the names of a variety of food items, and where food comes from. Pictures show food from many cultures. Resource could be used for other curriculum areas e.g. science.
  • Food Classification (Polish)Classification Activity. This activity is for pupils new to English to teach the names of a variety of food items, and where food comes from. Pictures show food from many cultures. Translated into Polish.
  • Food PhotographsPhotographs of foods from different cultures
  • Forces QuizCollaborative activity about forces using "True/False/Don't Know" statements. Key stages 1 & 2
  • Friction GameCollaborative grid game about friction. Key stages 1 & 2
  • Light and Light TechnologiesThis photo teaching resource from Global Dimensions accompanies the Global Wallplannerfor 2014-15. It comes complete with a culturally diverse set of photos for Key Stage 2 & 3 (ages 7-14) and above.
  • Light QuizCollaborative activity about light using True / False / Don't Know staements. Key stages 1 & 2
  • Liquids and Solids StatementsCollaborative sorting activity where children discuss statements about liquids and solids. Key stages 1 & 2
  • MagnetismCollaborative activities to identify what is magnetic and what is not. Key stages 1 & 2
  • MinibeastsA collaborative activity where children define the characteristics of minibeasts. Key Stages 1 & 2. Author: Dot Lee
  • Plaque AttackCollaborative game highlighting what is good and bad for your teeth. Key stages 1 & 2
  • Professor Jim Al-KhaliliBritish Iraqi scientist and broadcaster, can be used in English, Science, Citizenship, in Upper KS2, KS3, KS4. The suggested questions can be adapted for each subject and KS.
  • Pushes and Pulls PhotographsA science resource that can also be used to teach verbs to newly-arrived children.
  • Science - developing a culturally inclusive curriculumSuggestions of how Science can promote positive attitudes to diversity
  • Science VocabScience vocabulary in seven different languages from English: Albanian, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Somali (courtesy of Lambeth EMAT)
  • Sparkling SmileA board game where food that is good for the teeth is highlighted.
  • The Solar SystemA collaborative activity for Key Stage 2
  • Variation - Humans photosPhotos illustrating variation in humans from diverse backgrounds
  
Description and link
Collaborative Learning Project

http://www.collaborativelearning.org 
A highly recommend website, collaborative group work is an excellent way to support pupils with EAL, there are numerous resources across all phases and across the curriculum

Global Curriculum

http://www.globalfootprints.org/teachers/index.htm
Classroom activities and a children's area, has Literacy and Numeracy resources to promote global perspectives, includes activities for other areas of the curriculum

Global Dimension
Global Dimension is a guide to books, videos, posters and websites with a global dimension.  From climate change to poverty, water to fair trade, you can find resources for all age groups and subjects.
Bilingual Teaching Materials

http://uk.mantralingua.com/content/eal-books
Mantra Lingua has over 80 bilingual books, bilingual dictionaries and other bilingual teaching resources  

 

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